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Freedom passes

Freedom Passes give free travel on most public transport in London 24 hours a day (after 9:30am on most National Rail services), including weekends and public holidays. They can also be used for buses in the rest of England.

Disabled person's Freedom Pass

A disabled person's Freedom Pass allows free travel across London and free bus journeys nationally. To apply, you must live in Enfield, be under 65 and have a statutory disability or serious mobility problem. If your application is successful, we will require a photograph of you for your disabled person’s Freedom Pass. We will contact you shortly after your application with details on how to upload this.

You do not need to apply if you are under 18, as you are automatically entitled to free or discounted travel. For more information, visit TFL.

Apply for a disabled person's Freedom Pass Apply on behalf of someone else

Applications are for individuals and not businesses. If you're signed into a business account, you should log out and continue as a guest. Both business and individuals may apply on behalf of someone else. If you’re applying on behalf of someone else, all evidence you upload to support the application should be for that person.

Disabled person's Freedom Pass renewal 2019

If your current Freedom Pass expires on 31 March 2019, you will receive a letter from Concessionary Travel with details on how to renew your pass. If you don't respond to the letter, your Freedom Pass will expire.

If your renewal is successful, London Councils will send you a letter in the first week of February 2019. This will contain details of what you need to do next.

Older person's Freedom Pass

An older person's Freedom Pass allows free travel across London and free bus journeys nationally. To apply, you must live in Enfield and be over 65. Before applying, you should check if you are eligible.

Apply for an older person’s Freedom Pass

You can no longer renew your Freedom Pass through the post office or on the phone. If your pass expires, you must renew it through London Councils.

Older person's Freedom Pass renewal 2019

You will receive a letter (PDF) from London Councils about your older person's Freedom Pass expiring in 2019. The letter contains information on how to provide evidence to renew your pass.

If your evidence is accepted, London Councils will notify you. Your current Freedom Pass will continue to be active until 31 March 2019.

For more information, view our frequently asked questions (PDF) or visit London Councils.

If you need help renewing your pass, visit one of our hub libraries:

  • Edmonton Green Library
  • Enfield Town Library
  • Ordnance Unity Centre Library
  • Palmers Green Library

You can also visit the Enfield Civic Centre.

You must bring the renewal letter and proof of address documents. These can be scanned on your behalf at the library.

The deadline to complete your renewal is Friday 18 January 2019.

Problems with your Freedom Pass

You must inform London Councils if your Freedom Pass:

  • has been lost or stolen – a stolen pass must be reported to the police to get a crime reference number
  • is faulty or has stopped working - you will be charged £12 to replace a faulty, lost or damaged pass
  • if you change your name and address - this service is free.

 A stolen pass will be replaced for free if you have a crime reference number.

60+ London Oyster photocard (Mayor's Pass)

If you're over 60, but not yet eligible for an older person's Freedom Pass, you can apply for a 60+ London Oyster photocard.

Apply for a 60+ London Oyster photocard